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New Albums from Gorillaz, Ted Leo & 10 More!

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SPIN iconBy: SPIN Staff // March 9, 2010

Here’s a rundown of the albums available online and in record stores today:

Gorillaz, Plastic Beach
Blur frontman’s cartoon crusaders face eco horror.
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Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, The Brutalist Bricks
2010’s most hummably detailed political platform.
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Titus Andronicus, The Monitor
Born to Run’s pissed stepchild on epic spree.
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Liars, Sisterworld
American psychos go on SoCal orchestral spree.
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Frightened Rabbit, The Winter of Mixed Drinks
Sparkling sonics almost redeem bitter Scots.
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Broken Bells, Broken Bells
The Shins’ leader and Gnarls Barkley’s mastermind go searching for that elusive band magic.
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Kidz in the Hall, Land of Make Believe
Backpack rap’s brightest pupils lose their gleam.
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Aloha, Home Acres
Sweet, fleeting nuggets for outdoorsy shut-ins.
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The Besnard Lakes, The Besnard Lakes Are the Roaring Night
From ethereal grandeur to thunderous phantasm.
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Jason Collett, Rat a Tat Tat
Laid-back Canadian turns Dylan into sticky popsicle.
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Miles Kurosky, The Desert of Shallow Effects
Indie rocker splinters songs into eclectic vignettes.
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jj, jj n° 3′
Mysteriously luring you into a 30-minute soul kiss.
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